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Re: Harry's Daughter
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Re: Man Found Stabbed in the Chest in Jersey City (Newark ave between Grove and Erie)
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The JJ has been in bed with developers downtown... forever. This is why you barley see news reports on Journal Square lately. They want to make people from the Midwest feel safe while paying 3k a month. Shit happens all over the city not just up the hill as they want you to believe.

Posted on: Yesterday 8:47
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Re: Give Mayor Fulop the hat trick with wins in Wards A, B, and C on Dec 5th, 2017
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IMHO… I see nothing wrong with a rubber stamp City Council when you have the right forward thinking leader at the top. I don’t think there has been a bad decision made in the last 4 years by Mayor Fulop and his City Council. Everything they passed moved the city one step forward.

Yes sometimes rubber stamp City Councils are bad look at what we had with Healy. He had a rubber stamp City Council for close to 9 years. Bad leader at the top bad or no results from the City Council. (GIGO) I recall the Healy controlled City Council with Council President Peter Brennan passing an ordinance to shut then Councilman Fulop down. I think it was dubbed the anti-Fulop ordinance. It stated that an ordinance couldn’t be reintroduced again for 6 months after it was voted down. (which most of Councilman Fulop’s fresh ideas were at the time) A perfect example of a bad rubber stamp City Council.

Are those constant NO votes from Yun* and Boggiano (the NO-bbie brothers) really because they are just “looking out for JC residents” or are they just to show that they are Independents and screw it if it slows down Mayor Fulop’s vision for JC? Hmm funny their two Wards seem to be benefiting the most from the other Council members YES votes especially Ward C. From looking at the vote tallies from November 7th I think it is pretty clear we all trust what Mayor Fulop and his City Council are doing for our city. Why tie up progress with a chorus of NO votes.

*I don’t think Mo had a chance in Ward D against Yun…how can you compete with getting Christmas and Birthday cards from the bow-tied Crusader….err…Independent. (Gee I even put them on my mantel thanks Mike ...lol)

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Sorry as a resident of Ward A the mayors last pick was an embarrassment to this ward. Frank Gajewski has not done anything for the ward. All he has done is voted on giving abatement's to Journal Square and downtown. He is useless, and because of that I would never vote for the mayors pick.

Posted on: 11/18 12:30
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Shabbat in Jersey City
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Mayor Fulop, outreach organization join for rooftop dinner
BY JOANNE PALMER

Steve Fulop, Jersey City’s first-term mayor, just won re-election in a landslide; he got 78 percent of the vote

Mr. Fulop, a Democrat who was a Wall Street trader before September 11, and then joined the Marines, and then became mayor of the state’s second largest city, has much to celebrate. This Friday night, he’ll celebrate something else as well. Shabbat.
He’ll be at what is billed as the Rooftop Shabbat dinner, in a space overlooking the Jersey City waterfront, as one of many guests of Mesorah NJ, an outreach organization with a growing presence among the Jews moving into the city.

Of course, Mr. Fulop is a natural at a Shabbat dinner. He’s the grandson of Holocaust survivors, the son of an IDF veteran, and a onetime student at the Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva in Edison, where he grew up, and then the Solomon Schechter School of Union and Essex (although he left for public school because he craved soccer).

Today, he said, “I’m obviously very secular, and if anybody reaches out I go; I have done a lot of different events with different parts of the Jewish community.

“I do this for a lot of different communities” — not all of them Jewish – “but I am Jewish. My background is a large part of who I am.”

The city is increasingly Jewish as well, he said. “We have three synagogues; we have a very large community of secular professionals who identify as Jewish. Many are young, but there are more families here now.” There is also a growing chasidic presence in southern Jersey City, he added, as families move there from Brooklyn.

The invitation to Shabbat dinner — which is open to the public (but by the time you read this it’s too late to go) — says that it will involve specialty cocktails and gourmet food. It’s aimed at unaffiliated young professionals.

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Posted on: 11/18 8:44
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Re: Rainbow to be replaced by Hoboken restaurant group responsible for 1 Republik
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I was out and about last night, and one of my buddies just got a job offer at this spot which will be a full gay club not a bar. I wish them luck! The sign is perfect!

Posted on: 11/18 8:22
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Re: Harry's Daughter
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Yes the building was sold and the liquor licence is held by the new owners. The food is inspired by Trinidad. The owners are a couple (not sure if they are married) The female is from Trinidad who is does the menu and her mate is from Ireland (hence all the Irish whiskey). They should do well even though we now have 2 other restaurants in the area Oak on Pine (American Bistro) and Pinwheel Garden (Asian Fusion) they are the only ones with a liquor licence.

Posted on: 11/18 8:08
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Harry's Daughter
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This place is the old Modern American Eatery spot As of now its cash only, they are not fully up and running to accept credit cards. . The small menu that they do offer is delicious. The owners are locals who live in the area. food is fresh, spicy and well priced. I look forward to trying their full menu which should be available any day now. I wish you guys the best of luck and I will see you again real soon.

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Posted on: 11/17 8:55
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Re: Tripping Over Tombstones
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To be fair I look forward to dancing and tearing it up on some of the graves here. Party Time!

Posted on: 11/17 8:34
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Re: Give Mayor Fulop the hat trick with wins in Wards A, B, and C on Dec 5th, 2017
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Amen, independents for every ward.

Posted on: 11/17 8:33
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Tripping Over Tombstones
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A historic cemetery up in Jersey City has been doing some fundraising by hosting parties and galas... at the cemetery itself.

Some families say this is simply disrespecting the dead.

Videos and pictures from fundraisers at Jersey City and Harsimus Cemetery show them spilling over onto gravesites.

These parties have live rock bands, blankets, and lawn chairs spread across graves, port-o-potties, and hot dog stands.

http://6abc.com/community-events/ceme ... s-in-jersey-city/2648209/

Posted on: 11/14 22:28
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Man stabbed to death inside Jersey City home
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A man was stabbed to death inside a home in Heights section of the city on Tuesday evening.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... e.html#incart_2box_hudson

Posted on: 11/14 21:46
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The Oak on Pine
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This place is great, Check it out if your in the area. Great things are happening up the hill.

https://www.facebook.com/theOAKonPine/

Posted on: 11/14 16:22
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Re: Police Pursuit ends in fiery crash in Jersey City Heights
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Quote:

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Is Tonnelle Avenue really considered The Heights?

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No its actually Downtown Jersey City. Whatever!

Posted on: 11/3 8:44
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Re: Police Pursuit ends in fiery crash in Jersey City Heights
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Posted on: 11/2 17:04
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Re: Corgi Spirits distillery - Jersey City
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I am headed there this weekend. Nice to see things move up the hill.

Posted on: 10/31 13:30
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Re: JJ: Wide open race for Ward A council seat in Jersey City
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Pamela Johnson got my vote all the others are just lip service.

Posted on: 10/25 16:37
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Re: Hooked JC
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Posted on: 10/15 9:04
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Re: Hooked JC
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My hood spot, Nice to see locals enjoying good food.

Posted on: 10/14 18:02
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Re: Danforth Ave Wonder Bagel on ABC’s What Would You Do
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Nice!

Posted on: 9/24 21:13
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Re: Jersey City school board election November 8, 2016
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What time do the polls open?

Posted on: 2016/11/7 14:58
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What's up with the meth dude on Sussex? Busted!
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Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal

A Jersey City man faces up to 20 years if convicted following his arrest last Saturday on charges including possession of more than five ounces of suspected methamphetamine with intent to distribute it near a school and near public property.

Luois P. Governara, 22, of Second Street, is charged with drug possession, possession with intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of School 16, located at 96 Sussex Street, and within 500 feet of Hudson River Park, the criminal complaint says.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... 3.html#incart_river_index

Posted on: 2016/11/5 21:38
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Re: Democratic Convention
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Trump Won’t Mention That Bush & Cheney Deleted 22 Million Emails and neither would his fans.

I wonder why?

Posted on: 2016/10/30 16:39
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Re: Democratic Convention
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The data shows Hillary Clinton leading with early voters not just in swing states like Ohio and Arizona, but in the deep red GOP strongholds of Georgia and Texas, where Trump is favored to win. Reuters still doesn’t have the early voting numbers from Florida and North Carolina, but the polls also show those states leaning towards Hillary Clinton.

According to the University of Florida’s U.S. Election Project, over 19 million of us have taken advantage of the early voting period, that’s 20 percent of registered voters. This makes sense, given the four-to-seven point lead Hillary Clinton has enjoyed over the past few weeks. The Reuters/Ipsos poll’s findings are also similar to the lead president Barack Obama had over Mitt Romney back in 2012.

http://bipartisanreport.com/2016/10/2 ... ndits-left-stunned-stats/

And the news keeps getting better…Polls also show Hillary Clinton on track to win the 270 votes from the Electoral College that she needs to win the White House.

Posted on: 2016/10/30 7:36
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Re: Republican Convention
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A woman in Iowa was arrested this week on suspicion of voting twice in the general election, court and police records show.

Terri Lynn Rote, a 55-year-old Des Moines resident, was booked Thursday on a first-degree charge of election misconduct, according to Polk County Jail records. The charge is considered a Class D felony under Iowa state law.

Rote was released Friday after posting $5,000 bond. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Nov. 7.

The Des Moines Register reported that Rote is a registered Republican who cast two ballots in the general election: an early-voting ballot at the Polk County Election Office and another at a county satellite voting location, according to police records.

Rote hadn’t planned on voting twice but said it was “a spur-of-the-moment thing” when she walked by the satellite voting location, she told The Washington Post in a phone interview Saturday.

“I don’t know what came over me,” Rote said.

She added she has been a supporter of Donald Trump since early in his campaign, after Republican candidate Mike Huckabee dropped out of the primary race.

The WashingtonPost

Posted on: 2016/10/29 16:47
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Re: Seeking assistance moving a couch
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$900.00

Posted on: 2016/10/27 12:05
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Jersey City International Television & Film Festival.
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Corey McDonald | The Jersey Journal

Nearly 40 films and web series from around the world, including one from executive producer Shaquille O'Neal, will be showcased during the Jersey City International Television & Film Festival.

The third annual festival sponsored by New Jersey City University, Jersey City Medical Center, and Mack-Cali Realty Corporation will run Nov. 4-6. The three-day festival will include the screenings of feature films, documentaries, animation, web series, and student films – some of which were created by students from New Jersey City University and Jersey City high schools.

The film festivities will kick off Friday, Nov. 4 with a red carpet opening night reception from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Skyline Room at the NJCU School of Business.

The weekend screenings will start at 8 p.m. following the reception with a special showing of Giselle Bellas' music video "My Heart Goes..." as well as a live performance by Belas. Screenings of "Creatures of Jersey City," "TIME SPACE REFLECTIONS," and "Mosquito" -- a local film highlighting the Golden Gloves boxing program in Jersey City -- will also take place.

Saturday's films, which will be screened at the both the NJCU School of Business and the Jersey City Museum, will include the festival's feature film "Steps," executive produced by O'Neal and local Jersey City resident/filmmaker Eddie Harris. The movie – filmed entirely in Jersey City – will be shown at the Jersey City Museum at 7:45 p.m. and will tell the dramatic story about one man's quest for love and redemption.

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Posted on: 2016/10/25 18:06
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A New Development Proposal for 678-690 Grand Street, Bergen-Lafayette
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Myneni and Sons, LLC has applied to build a mixed-use building at 678-690 Grand Street, stretching from Westervelt Place to Ivy Place. A legal notice from the Jersey City Zoning Board of Adjustment shows that the building proposal calls for a five-story structure. Should it be approved, there will be retail and commercial space on the first floor, and 60 residential units on the upper floors. 10% of the units in the building will be dedicated to veterans’ housing for 15 years, the notice states, and there will also be a parking garage for residents containing 65 spaces.

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The lot where the project is proposed for currently sits vacant. Part of the land along Westervelt Place previously contained Luigi’s Flats Fixed and General Mechanic, which has since moved to Fairmount Avenue, until the building was demolished several years ago. Myneni and Sons acquired the tracts, which provide views of the Jersey City and Lower Manhattan skylines, last year, according to NJ Parcels records.

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Posted on: 2016/10/25 17:39
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Where there's smoke, there's weed
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Patrick Villanova | The Jersey Journal

Firefighters responding to a one-alarm fire on Monitor Street found more than just flames on Thursday afternoon.

During their primary search of the home, firefighters discovered approximately 35 marijuana plants after arriving on the scene at around 4:30 p.m., Jersey City spokeswoman Jennifer Morrill said.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... d.html#incart_river_index

Posted on: 2016/10/21 21:21
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Posted on: 2016/10/21 20:09
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Re: Republican Convention
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Trump lawyers given court date over lawsuit alleging rape of 13-year-old

A federal judge in New York has ordered counsel for Donald Trump and the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein to appear in court along with the attorney for a woman referred to only as “Jane Doe” who alleges the Republican presidential nominee raped her when she was 13.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/20 ... tein-alleged-rape-lawsuit


Posted on: 2016/10/21 19:37
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